In order to serve its growing customer base in Central and South America, GDC Digital Cinema has opened new offices in São Paulo, Brazil and Lima, Peru.
Arri has appointed Wilson Zeferino as the new director of sales, Latin American Markets.
Cinemacenter, the largest independent national exhibitor in Argentina, has selected Doremi servers and media blocks to complete the digitization of its screens.
International Datacasting Corporation has delivered satellite receiver equipment to CinecolorSat to support the expansion of their digital cinema distribution network across Latin America.
Centerplex Cinemas, one of the largest motion picture exhibitors in Brazil, announced today that it has reached an agreement with Quanta DGT | AAM to upgrade 44 of its units and become 100 percent digitally managed by Doremi servers by the end of this year. Servers selected include both the Doremi IMBSV and the IMS1000.
The National Association of Broadcasters will produce four sessions at the SET Expo in São Paulo, Brazil, August 24-25. The sessions will address topics ranging from sports production, 4K video, media management in the cloud, and producing content for multiple devices. NAB's participation in SET is part of the NAB Show Collaborative, an initiative to support the advancement of the global broadcast, media and entertainment communities.
GNC Cinemas is installing Doremi servers for 31 new digital theatres in locations across Southern Brazil. The install base will include both IMB/ShowVault and IMS1000 servers setup through Quanta DGT | AAM VPF signature.
The largest exhibitor in southern Brazil, Arcoplex, with more than 50 years in the market, has begun the process of digitalization of 61 of its screens with Doremi technology. The screens will be upgraded with the IMS1000 and IMB/ShowVault.
Equatorial heat and humidity, sporadic electrical service, and a modest budget were just a few of the challenges that director Josef Wladyka and writer/DP Alan Blanco faced while filming their feature Manos Sucias (Dirty Hands) among the impoverished fishing villages of Colombia’s Pacific coast. Filmed completely on location, Manos Sucias is a drama depicting the perils of two fishermen coerced into towing an underwater narco-torpedo up the Pacific coast of Colombia. They also filmed in the jungle and aboard small boats in rough seas, all while needing to keep a low profile in a dangerous region
Following an extensive review over the past year, Kinoplex announced that it has selected Doremi to digitize 160 of its screens across Brazil. Quanta DTG/AAM is managing the transition.